You’d be forgiven for not knowing who the young Englishman was before his move abroad but he’s going to be hard to forget for the three Freiburg players he embarrassed on Saturday afternoon.
After having a hand in both of Dortmund’s goals at the Signal Iduna Park, Sancho still had plenty left in the tank as he dribbled away from his goal in stoppage time at the end of the game.
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Jadon Sancho shows off his precise dribbling skills to beat three Freiburg players on Saturday
The 18-year-old picks up the ball near the halfway line as the clock run down on Saturday
Sancho receives the ball before cutting inside after anticipating an oncoming challenge
Tim Kleindienst closes Sancho down before pulling the Englishman back late on in the game
As he reached the halfway line, the teenager cut inside only to be tugged back by Tim Kleindienst, sending Sancho into a spin.
With the ball still in his control, Sancho somehow drags it away from Janik Haberer – who at this point has come to Kleinienst’s aid to dispossess Sancho – but he can’t get anywhere near the ball.
After beating his first man, Sancho quickly nutmegs Kleinienst with a neat little touch before Lucas Holer becomes the second man in as many seconds to close down and double team Sancho with Kleinienst.
While being pulled back, Sancho is sent into a spin as Janik Haberer (back) closes him down
The Borussia Dortmund starlet evades Haberer’s tackle while showing of his close control
While Kleindienst remains touch-tight to him, Sancho neatly nutmegs the Freiburg striker
After nutmegging Kleindienst, Lucas Holer comes to double team Sancho on the halfway line
In a moment of brilliance, Sancho pulls off a roulette spin Maradona would’ve been proud off and evades the aggressive press from the two Freiburg substitutes.
The fantastic bit of skill allowed the 18-year-old to burst into the Freiburg half before laying it off to a Dortmund team-mate.
His superb bit of skill sent fans on social media wild as they applauded the effort and quick thinking.
Sancho superbly pulls off a roulette move to get away from both Freiburg substitutes
The 18-year-old leaves three Freiburg players in his dust as he burst forward with seconds left
Sancho finally lays the ball of to a team-mate after showcasing his skill and technique
A Twitter user described Sancho as ‘the one’ while another was excited for the England international’s future.
Sancho has now had a hand in 11 goals in 14 league appearances, having scored four and assisted seven.
Dortmund are now seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach in second.